The Lucky Pig Fulham is set to open its doors for business on North End Road on 16 May where it will have a greater emphasis on food than the original site in Fitzrovia.
Michael Mannion, previously at Claridge's, Le Manoir aux Quat'Saisons, Chez Nico and The Lighthouse in Wimbledon Village, has been appointed head chef and has created an all-day seasonal food offering.
Dishes include pressed ox-cheek & bone marrow, soused baby beetroot, endive & Norbury blue and a dozen quail’s eggs, celery leaves, summer truffle & flaked salt.
Open from 8am weekdays and 11am at weekends, The Lucky Pig Fulham will serve breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner and will offer its own-blend coffee. The evenings will see the addition of a cocktail menu and live music.
As with its Fitzrovia site, The Lucky Pig Fulham will offer 'classic cocktails with a wicked twist' and Vino Vispo Bianco Frizzante on tap. Home-made syrups and home-infused spirits are used to create cocktails such as Noodle Juice - a blend of tea-infused Tanqueray gin, white vermouth and citrus and Flappers Favourite, comprising yellow Chartreuse, raspberry, honey and fizz.
The Lucky Pig name refers to the 1920s racketeer Lucky Luciano and Prohibition speakeasies, known as blind pigs.
The new site's decor has been designed to reflect the era it is inspired by, with antique mirrors, cut glass decanter lights, black and white marble floors, exposed brickwork and velvet chesterfield sofas featuring.